Damian Mann, staff writer for the Mail Tribune, reports that the draft ordinance would also require fencing and a locking mechanism to keep out thieves. Residents would face fines if the plants grew beyond the height of the fence. And anyone building a fence would have to get a city permit first.
The ordinance targets people growing cannabis under the state’s new marijuana law, which allows households to have up to four mature plants.
Mann reports that the ALCU has concerns about the ordinance.